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Queen's in the News: November 21, 2013

Neil Bearse (School of Business) – Students who stay away from social media at university do so at their own peril, in the Toronto Star.

Andrejs Skaburskis (School of Urban and Regional Planning) – Census protester Janet Churnin goes to trial Friday for protesting filling out useless short-form census due to long form's cancellation, in the Toronto Star.

Munir Sheikh (School of Policy Studies) - Census protester Janet Churnin goes to trial Friday for protesting filling out useless short-form census due to long form's cancellation, in the Toronto Star.

Wendy Craig (Psychology) - Federal government tables cyberbullying bill that will make it illegal to send intimate images without consent, on CBC Radio stations across Canada including Yellowknife, Windsor, Quebec City, Vancouver, Thunder Bay, Winnipeg and Montreal. She also participated in the Safe and Inclusive School Conference in Oakville, Ontario. The story was reported in the Oakville Beaver and the Burlington Post.

Nick Bala (Law) - Federal government tables cyberbullying bill that will make it illegal to send intimate images without consent, on CBC Radio’s All in a Day.

Ken Wong (School of Business) – Explaining why seniors shouldn’t get discounts, on CBC Radio stations across Canada.

Adam Chippindale (Biology) – Fruit flies are an anomaly in the evolutionary theory of aging, in Frontenac This Week.

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